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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1886

l-'' 4 V -f - HEW YORK FASHIONS,. tela far Toons; and OM lAdles, Brldo. Misses and Girls. Irory white satin la the preferred fabric for brides' dresses. Children's f rooks are short-wstsved, loose, wide-bolted and full-sklrtoJ. Coats or overcoats for little girls show the sumo short waists and full skirts that are seen in tholr frocks. Waistcoats and large and small but tons are features on tho short-walsted, full-skirted frocks of little girls. Woolen cMaMes are almost de rlguonr for street wear for all exoant orderly ladles, who may ollng to their black or gray silks. Tho br.d.il bouquet is do rigueur of white flowors, roses, clematis, foathor, jasmine, orange flowors, white lllao and lilies of thu valley. New, dressy trimmings are mado decorative with pendant bead drops, tasseis 01 oeoas ana segiuns 01 goiu, silver and (Inted metals. Ono of tho prettiest fall frosks for little girls is the pulled yoke Grotchen dress, with puffs in tho armholo to match the satin which forms the yo...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1886

.t -r-r r- ,t r-x - h&, gaiyfgfrT t' ;';-' ' !'- ISaS r -r 1 !"?. 'j i i. , . r' i-. Professional Cards. fluds Inserted Under thlf Head as follow: I uifli, ,m your SIO -S mull, jerenr " i,. hici pel jeur - Teh llliemf llilt(eliiKBl liicli. I, ii. dow.k. W.H. HUMMIM. D aOYI.lt IU!llStLI., deisttists, IlIl.t.SlIORO, o. timer: lu Mcltlutwn block, 8. Illult slrcrt. "ELSON II. LAFFKKTV, Physician and Surgeon, IUM.H1IOKO, OHIO. opFirr. -Main street, over lletvllcr's store. UplilBiice, Moiitli Nlroot.Mrt iloor west nl Us vnr liOiiiouV. in)2(.jl C. II. COI.MJJS, JOHN A. COM.tJM. cc 1.0IXIN3 & COtAINS, UILLSBOUO, OHIO. ilprrrtr Ttrtnmn 1 iiml J Mm IMl IllOCk. OOF" tier Mnln nud UUh streets. A Notary Public In omct). mnr2l KVAN8, rB3STTIST, HILLSBORO, O. Ofeice Hlbben block, formerly Herald office, TXAItT OAltltKTT, SrioisrE-5rs .a.t law, HILLSBOKO.O. OfMCK lrner of Mi. in nml Hlgli streets, .Meretmuts' Hiuionai iiaiiK uiiuuiug. f -i EUHQE II. OAKUNEIt, Xa?a?oia3TE"2" .a-T XjA.w HILLS...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

Vm4r9 n WMti .-.'." "" - " '""" T- HPT TT? H-BWsVt sdT '- r r- i . ,rt ft .4 ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 31 NEWS herald: ri THE TRAMP Manufactures Another Let ter out of Nothing, But Mtuingcg to Write About the Decadence of Dueling, And alio to Shorten His Signature and Work off Some of Last Year's Poetry at the Same Time. Ono day in tho summer that has just folded its tents and stolen nllontly away I enjoyed or failed to enjoy would per haps be the better expression a visit from a current of air which I suspected of being a cyclone. I wrote about it in a letter, to this ourna1, and also took' ad vantage of the' opportunity afforded io tell a few lies, such as I knew would be expected under the circumstances. At t lifetime I was unaware that anyone else had even realized that all the stories told about cyclones were not strictly true, but the funny Bide of the cyclone if it really has a funny side seems to have also suggeste...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

r- V fk. . I . r It V ' . i' j;? ' v.';,vt I ',-',,. V, V J,- " V .. ' - -! ifft. . ttfif' & o l .. frVX ,7; . ft CX5.U1 '"- The News-Herald. WUHIAT. MeVKKBkM a, UN. HILLSBORO. OHIO TOPICS OF THE DAY. Recent reports show that there are not less than 80,000 paupers in L mdon, and 85,000 of these are without shelter. There is a movement on foot to make October 12 the anniversary of the discovery of America a continental holiday. The HydrographicOffico at Washing ton is collecting material for a book to be published on the efficacy of oil in .smoothing the sea's sur.aco during storms. Gladstone is said to feel the loss of lis 6,000 salary as Premier, and his friends are urging him to apply for the pension granted by the English Govern ment to its ex-cabinet ministers who be come impoverished. Mark Twain writes to the Scotland Literature and Art Society, of which ho has been made a member, that he feels as though ho had become a comrade of Scott and Burns. And poor Scott and Burns a...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

- K ( k r ENLIGHTENING THE WORLD, 1U ImHmMI Statu if UkKtyu MlN'tMaiii ItwYtrk NMttr. .ml. Grand Procession of the United States Ntwjr Md Military aid Civic Societies. Reviewed by the President and Cabinet and the Celebrated French Personages. SSI icfc f WtlllMI M. Krarta Aeeeatta the Ststsa Preside Ctevstand'e Address -atttory of tbe Work Mae tU Begtanlag. THK rARADK. f Nbw Tobk, Oct 19. The rain, which ieu Bimow continuously iortnirtv-six noun, did not untU about daylight yesterday morning, imiif gia not clear, however, and the thousand of light teer who began pour ing Into tile street at V, an earjy hoar, net a uamp, foggy attnos here. which threat ened a renewal of the rnln at any moment Between eight and nine o'clock, all the II. DAirrnoi.m. thoroushfaKM nhnwMl Signs of unusual activity. AH trains, In eluding those coming Into town as well at those of the Elerated railroads, were crowded to their utmost capacity with peo ple hurrying to advantageous polats to view the grand pro...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

''''wvtha'v 'iffrg jUrtXVtiryiHgc-fiL stwywarasifwiiiHWnrvfa -n WMLJ .' V ! f he NewHejrald. ,.Ti aC PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY l BY THB fiews-Hed Publishing Company. O. wrBamrt. Btlwa Barms. E. It. Mines. SUBSCRIPTION," tl.SO A YEA IN ADVANCC. rtATKS, FOB .ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. NOVEMBER 4, 1886. " Th'e circulation of 'a'tiew.paper deter, mine the ralne of lie columns at an ad verttnlng medium. The MKW9.HKBAI.D lias br far the large circulation at aajr paper m Highland county, whleh fact ad. vertUer would do wetl to hear In mind. Onr list are open to their lnpt!on. Mercy ! Sander" sari. McClure mad. Denver done up. e Gaddis gone up. .V glorious day's work. II u wall for Phosphate ! Vonst first and foremost. ( icntleman Jake gently jubilant. e Diltoy, Denver, Democracy and Defeat. Denver's eighteen thousand failed to woik. Tho soldiers didn't respond to General Diltev. ii e Oil, why should the spirit of mortal be proud, Dittey? The Gazette can now erect a monu ment to D...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

k r TJie News-Herald. Qfflcoi Hoggard Building, W, ,Maln St. NOVEMBERS - 1886 Ask your grocer (or Kberster's city but ter crackers. They nro tho best. n We pay the highest price for Wheat at HiESTArfD A Cowman's. . :,,; Ladies wishing stamping of all kinds done should call at Miss 'Emma Cox & ststor'8- . ," n ' "Miss Madge Carson returned Inst Mon day from 11 visit ,oi' sovenit'days 19 rela tives in Cliilllcothe. -, Mr. Benjamin llarreruwlll leave this week to visit his daughter, Mrs, Hartley Clark, in Oirclevllle, O. Mr. J. H. Shade, editor of the Railroad Reporter, Decatur, Ills., is visiting rela tives in this city and vicinliy, j . -i Mr. James W. Denver, jr., was in Hillsboro last .Friday evening on busi ness. He left Saturday morning. Mrs. Anna McLean, of Greenfield, has been the guest of her brother, Jndge 8. F. Steele, since Wednesday last. m You can always get the top of the market for your wheat' at Model City Mills. H. & O. Mr. . V. Overman, manager of tho Oainsfo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

AN 1 The News-Herald. r Y. MTB I. MS. nxBBona OHIO THREE GRAVES. r d'd he live, thli dead man here. With thn tntnnlA , iln Ills BTAvat fie lived ns Brent on from cradle to bier ssw wasnursea in luxury, lei nea in pnae, When tlie wish was born, llH gratified; Without thanks be took, without hoed he give, Tho common man m to him a clod .Rnnwboa he was far as adeui'icod. Hi duttesr To see that bli rents were paid. Bla pleesuter To know that tbe crowd obered. His pulse. If you felt It, throbbed apart. With separate stroke from tbe people's heart. But whom did be love, and whom did he bliss Was tho life of h'm more than a man's or lessf I know not. He died. Thore Was none to ultimo And as few to weep; bnt those marbles came For the temple that rose to preserve bis nauiol How dil he lire, that otber A:t& mas. Frotn the graves opart anil alncer As a great one. too Ves. this was one Who lived to labor ncJ stud.- nml plan. Tbe varth s deep thouirht ho loved to reveal; Bo banded tbe breas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

U k. r FOE SUNDAY READING. A CRY FOR NEEDED HELP. Shepherd, on boforo Thr sheep. Hear Thy lamb Unit bleata behind I Scarce the track 1 sturablloic keep! Sore I shiver la the wind. Tarn and sea tnn, Bon of Man I Turn and lift Thy Kitthor schlldl Scarce I walk where once t rant Carry tuo-tbo wlud Is wild. Thou hast strength enough to share: My poor v, eight Thou wilt not teels Weakness made Thee strong to bear, SuBoritiB made Thee strong to heat 1 were still a wandorlnij sheep Hut tot TSee, uli. Shepherd man I Following now, 1 faint, lweept Yet I follow as 1 can. Master, If I foil, and lie Moanlnif In the frosty wind, Yot 1 know I shall not do '. Thou wilt miss mo. and wilt find! Utorge McDonald, (u Sunday Mamtine. m a 1 Sunday-School Lesson. rotmil! QUARTER., Oct. 31 Jesus Klsen, John SOiMS Nov. V--Thomns Convinced John 20:10-31 Nov. K-feicr Restored John M:4-19 Nov. a Walk In In the Light 1 John 1:5-10. and S:W Nov. ZS John's Vision or Christ. Rev. l:i-U Deo. 5 Worshiping Ood and th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 November 1886

Vn r , Professional Cards. . .. j..--- I I..- . Cards Inserted Under (Ml Head as lottowt: 1 ifti.ii, per j eiir -"J? , Iiumi, per ear - j v " nil llnvs of"ii'i'ity'pt ninfee 1 men. J. II. DOW.h. 8.1lBDIHIt.l I)1 kUVLK A IUJUISIL.L, TDE3STXISTS, iiii.ivjuohu, u. UI-HOK-lii McKinuen bluck.8. Hlglihtreet, Physician and Surgeon , llllj UiKOUO, OHIO. OH ii k -M ilit itreel.oviT Ilclvllei'ssliiie. It,. c.timilli M ret t, II Ml ilnnrwentof llv i'iir l.'iiioti'-. 1113 - 1 V. II. Cul.I.IMJ. J"" A. COLLINS. ROLLINS CBI.UNS, AT rOKNBYS -A.T XjA.'W, IIILLSUOKO, OHIO, on-icc-iti'oum 1 an128iiillli Ulocft, cor ner Mhiii an I HiKli flrecis A Nntnry Public In i ill i mar llVAMi, MIL-LHDORO.O. Oilii e -Hibben block, formerly Herald office. TTAItT OAUUETT, A.TTOBNETTS A.T XjAW, HILLSIIOIIO.O. O.utB-lWner of Mnln nud High streets, Mvrulmiita National Bank Building. 4 1 MIUGK m. oadni:b, A'PTOBKBY .A.T X.A-"W HILLSBORO, O. H t ILK-Ovcr Keibel's.Clotliing Store. A IIAltU N, jblroiaisJ-iE -A.T i,.a.-w HI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

x 7V Cb - v. r NEWS-HERALD. j jt v i '.'ties' Will ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 32 k. IW H V. r THE TRAMP Revives a Few tions Recollec- Of tbe Bayous, By-Ways, Cane brakes and General Char acteristics of the Pel- ,"!.', lean State, And Owns Up to Getting Mixed Ob the Geography of that Region Go Thou aid Do Like wise "When Bull Was a Pap." With all its gray andsombrejollage and mournful, dismal lo'okjng swamps and stagnant bayous, ahdlonely, isolat ed cabins in the canebrakesjthe winter landscape of Louisiana" is beautiful. To me it is grandly beautiful picturesque ly beautiful, and the month spent in that State .three winters ago, will ever be looked back to with pleasure. the ha you (Pronounced by-oh) is a freak of nature peculiar to that part of the country. While found in Texas and Mississippi you must go to Louisana to flndthem in numbers. The bayou is a sort of a cross between a creek and a pond, with, perhaps, some per...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

vl The News-Herald. wcutnii, waVsMnnsj i. ism. HILLSBORO. t t i OI1IO. mmmm ,M. TOPICS OF THE DAY. During tho forty-nlno years of her Teign Queen Victoria has only Bpcnt twelve days in Ireland, ana Mr. La bouchero wants her to celebrate her jubilee by giving In memory of thoso twelve days twelvo penco to each In habitant u( tho neglected Island. People travel economically In Eng land. On tlo London and Northwest ern railway c'urlng tho six months end ing with Juno, 188G, 25,138,561 passen gers were can icd. Of these 22,457,620 travelled third-class, 1,681,401 oocond class and 986,592 lirst-class. Tho samo proportions chat actcrie the travel on U tho other roads. The great Hudson river bridge to bo built at Poughkccpsio will contain tho longest truss spans and largest canti levers in the world, and the height to 'which the structures will be taken is un exampled, except in a few isolated cases whoru chasms or canyons have been spanned, without the necessity for inter mediate construc...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

4 tt K & FOB SDMDAY HEADING. ASIDE WITH HIM. "I fcara somewhat to say unto theo." Called asldo Trom tha glad working of thy buijr Ufa, Trom tha world a ceaseless itir of cara and atrlfa. Into tha (hada and itlllnais by thr Heavenly uuiao. For brief Bpaoe thou halt been called aside. Lonely hours Thou hast spent, wear on a couoh of pain, Watching the golden sunshino and the falling rain: Court, whose sad length only to Him waa known, TTho trod a sadder pathway, dark and lono. Laid aside Mar not the little cup of suffering be A loving one of blesslngglvon to thoof "Tho cross of chastening sent thee from above 11 Him who bore tha cross, whose uuiue is Loto. Cnllod aside Hast thou no mcmorlos of that "little while?" No sweet remembrance of thy Father's smile? No hlddon thoughts that wrapped theo In their hold, Of Him who did suoh light and graco unfold? Called aside Perhaps Into a desert garden dim, .And yot not lone, when thou bast boon with Htm. And hoard His rotce In sweetest aoc...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

t I " ; ;v tvif v .1 rv m-" OFPIOIAL AJJtyBAOT OF VOTES OAS? IN HIGHLAND OOUNTY NOVEMBER 2d) 1886. Teililhlpt Urushcreek, North Precinct.. Brufthcn-ek, South Precinct.. Clay " - roncord Dodson Fairfield llamcr Jackson - Liberty, North Precinct Liberty, South Precinct MudlKon Mnntlmll. ........ New Market, Paint, North Precinct Paint, Houtli Precinct Penn - - Halem Union Washington Whtteoak Totals.. Majorities.. The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TH News-Herald Publishing Company. Q. W. Barrart. Bob Bamrs. E. R. Plirson. UMCHIPTIOrl, $I.S0 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES IFOR AJDVKBTISING Mad Known on Application. NOVEMBER 11, 1886. TYhat the Victory Means. The people of Ohio have rebuked fraud tad forgery as election methods, mismanagement of State affairs and the unscrupulous and unparalleled lying of the Democratic press. The outrageous Democratic frauds in the election at Cin cinnatl and Columbus in 1885, followed by the decision of a Democratic Supreme Court that forgery must...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

V J? U a( n. v. k , r n The News-Herald. Offlcai Boggard Building, W. Main Bt NOVEMBER 11, 1886 Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. - Miss Katie Evans will leave to-day to visit friends at Oxford. m We pay the highest price for Wheat at Hiestand & Cowman's. Miss Cad Glenn, of New Vienna, is visiting her cousin, Miss Maggie Qlenn. Miss Minnie Willetts entertained n number of friends last Friday .evening. We pay 76 cents for Good WheiU H.&C. Dr. W. J. McSurely attended Minis terial Meeting at Cincinnati last Mon day. . Ladies wishing stamping of all kinds done should call at Miss Emma Cox & Sister's. There will be a dime social at the res idence of Mr. Daniel Scott next Friday evening. Mr. Carlisle Barrere, of Chillicothe, made Hillsboro a short visit last Thurs day and Friday. Mr. J. B. Head and wife, of Oynthlana, spent Sunday with his brother, W. H. Head, of this city. , m Mr. D. Copeland and wife, of Bain bridge, were the guests of Capt. J, M. Itiestand last week. m Ke...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

V1 KST (' .i . e The News-Herald. 1VI.DXKSDAK, NUVEtinilR 10, 1MH. niuuouo. OHIO. THE BUMBLE BEE'S SECRET. "It's ao strange, Kate, rou never heard be- foro, When a bumble beo lllei Into your door, That someborti 's oom njr this way? My triuiclniotlier always said that ttiere'd bo Company suroly for d nnor or tea. 1'vo not cod it, too, In my day." "Child, (rot tho broom and drive him right out. And then tho somoboily may turn about And lenvo us alone this time. I've churn mr mid baking and lots to do A busy a dny us over I know This minute tho dock's str.klng nlnot" .A nnt Mnrthn went o!T to her pin of dough, M h lo sweet Knt o caw tho bumble-boo go lt'ght Into the verr nest room Turn's coming, I know, If tho bumble boo t .ors. Feihnps ho II turn back, nobody knows," bo she went and put up the broom. Down through tho lane, wh'oh was shady and grron, Tom on 1: s nulot bat sat noon time was scon llo atnppo 1 Just to water "oM Whlto " Pretty Ival'n peopod out. saw Undo John, While tho o...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

FARM AND FIRESIDE. fruit or rust stains on table lines or other white cloths may bo remorod DysoaKing in a woat solution 01 osauo acid. Boston Post. It is not good policy for farmers to keep grain long enough to have il endangorod by insects. But If any are foarod an opon vessel fillod will bl- sulphldo ot carbon placed on top of the grain will koep them off. Troy Times. If your hogs begin to cough look out for malignant lung troubles. It they mope and lie about their' beds In testinal difficulties may be suspected. Plenty of pure air, puro water1, and varied food will scaro away malignant -" diseases. CVet'eanJ Leader. Quince Marmalade i Take the qulnoos that you liavo boiled for jolly and mash them with a spoon; to a T pound of quinces tako a pound of sugar; boll tlicm togathor until they are well softened; then strain through a coarse sieve and put in. a small Jar. Boston Budget. ' Mixed Fioklet Chop together half a hoad of cabbage, 'three onions, one bunch of celery, ono dozon s...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 November 1886

J V ir.i i Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Uater IMt Hart MleHnrt: lueii, teryenr.... n9 4 lucli, per year -- " j7u.IK.VI.lt. W.B.aOMBlM- I UYLK & RUDISUX, DENTISTS,, Ult.LSBOllO, O. ottirw-In McKlbcn block. H. High street. ",TKI.80N B.LAFFEBTY, Physioian and Surgeon, HILLSBORO, OHIO. urnus-Maln street, over Dstwllsr's store. lteVl.iii.ee, Honlh street.flrsl door weslof Os var l,-iimu'. myagyi .mTwLI.IS. JOHK A. COM.ISS. fVLt.INB CBLUB8, ATTORMBTB -A.T X.A.W, HILLBBORO, OHIO. r. -.... 1 .... "Hmlth lllollc. COr Mamud Tilth street. A Notary Public marst in ome. A KVASI, iBasrrisT, HILLBBORO, O. OrEtcs-Hibben block, formerly Herald office. TT rART OAnBKTT, AXTOBNBTTS A.T X.A.W, OKKicB-Wirner of Mln and High strests, Merciianta' Natloual BanB Building. f 1 KOBGK B. OABPWKB, RILLSBORO.O. Ot Mc-OverFelbel'i Clothing Btore. a ttABMAN, JbrroioN-aa-sr A.rc x.-a."W HILLSBORO, O. iLnri. snntheut corner Main and High MreBU.roomup-atalrs. anglyl w: , DCCKWAIX, I. D. B. HILLBBORO, O. oi i...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 November 1886

i ' 4 - I 'u dUu "6V- tvi A Mi - UO THE NEWS-HERALD. i f I Fr1 f i I f I 1 .o; "n A ' ' Cfl7f -n t' i ( . , , . . ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., Oil THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 33 a c !.,. P$&W V ' &' Sf! 't " ' t Goes iHto the Open Letter Basinets, Addressing4 Epistle No. 1 to Gen. James W. Denrer. My Dxar Gkxebal : Yon have doubtless allowed yourself to be worried' by riiy failure to write you at an earlier date, but press of other important busi ness .baa presented me ; and however much pain and anxiety my failure to write earlier may have caused you I trust that you will freely forgive me' if I promise not to do it again. Perhaps, my distinguised friend, you will wonder that I haven't enclosed this in an envelope and mailed it directly to you. There are several reasons why I have not done so, among which I may enumerate the principal reasons that I fear you might not have treated it with the respect it deserved, and you might have failed to show ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 November 1886

A 1 . I ( q r-rr Tri I r. 8W The News-Herald. THVMBAT. MeTBMBEB IS, ISM. iraxsBORa OHIO. CURRENT TOPIOS. Bbahx iteaki arc sold in the Havana snarkets. Salt and water ihonld be used for clean, ing willow furniture. A oinL in a Kalamazoo paper mill found 100 while sorting rags. Social leaden in Mew York are using cinnamon as a perfume. Joaquin Miller thinks that men wbs write poetry should die early. Horseback exercise is ultra-fashionable for Mew York ladles this season. French army officers are experimenting -with the bicycle as an adjunct of war. Two young ladies, students of the State college, Me., bare been suspended for has ing. Tin United States Fish Commission dis tributed ninety million shad fry during 1886. Mrs. NElt.tR Orakt-Sahtoris will soon come oyer from Europe on a Tisit to her mother. Lake Temiscovata, in the province of Quebec, is the deepest fresh water lake in America. Seven thousand miles of railroad tracks have been laid in the United States since January 1. Ret....

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